Alta Ski Area, UT Report: Sleepy Storm Supreme

Martin Kuprianowicz | | Conditions ReportConditions Report

Report from Wednesday, March 30, 2022 

Brought to you by Alta Ski Area

While you were sleeping early this morning the seemingly scanty storm slated for Alta produced more than enough snow for today to be considered a ‘pow day’ in the truest sense of the word.

But no one got the memo—the mountain was deserted today.

Alta reported 6″ of new snow this morning but it certainly felt deeper in Supreme Bowl.

Cliff pop in Supreme Bowl. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

It was sunny with some eye-grabbing, swirling clouds overhead and fairly chilly for late March. 

My father and I got to Alta at 9:30 and darted straight for Supreme.

We had no liftlines whatsoever for the first two hours of skiing.

My old man Cezar getting the fresh pow in Supreme Bowl today. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

The snow was high-density, wet powder that floated and surfed better than most of the powder I’ve got to ski this season.

It was an oddly sleepy day for how epic the conditions were.

The snow was spongey and so easy to turn in—it was confidence-inspiring and made every landing to every rock, cliff, or jump feel super soft.

Mt. Baldy looking prime as ever. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

My father and I skied fresh, untouched powder runs in view of the chair until noon.

He was alive with stoke and I knew it was one of the best days he’s had all season.

“What an amazing day in ski paradise,” my father told me. “The snow is great here—the best this late in the game.”

Cezar in the pow of Supreme Bowl. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

We literally did not ski anywhere else other than Supreme Bowl all morning.

When it was time for me to head home and clock into work, I took the High Traverse over to Eagle’s Nest and back down to the parking lot.

The snow there was just as good as in the Bowl, and I could charge fresh turns all the way down as fast as my heart(skis) wanted.

I love high-density powder. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

Sleepy, Spring days at Alta are what make the world go round and are what make us dread the onset of summer.

Please don’t ever close, Alta.

Snow Numbers 

Screenshot courtesy of Alta Ski Area 3/30/22


Screenshot courtesy of NOAA 3/30/22


Views from the top of Supreme. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains
Photo courtesy of SnowBrains
Photo courtesy of SnowBrains
Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

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